Dec. 24, 2006 – Entensys releases a new version of UserGate, a popular Internet security server. UserGate 4.1 has a number of major improvements that provide higher safety standards in network data transmission and a more efficient traffic accounting system.
As security is vitally important for any modern network infrastructure, Entensys pays special attention to security topics. The most significant improvement in this new version (4.1) is including support of VPN and ICMP protocols, which ensures the privacy and integrity of the information transmitted. It also enables users to check the accessibility of a server on the Internet and also to define packet routing.
One of the new features implemented in UserGate 4.1 is a new Authorization Client, which you can use to view your account status and the amount of sent/received traffic. Additionally, UserGate Administrator now includes a monitor that provides real-time tracking of network and processor loads. This version also includes an improved HTTP Authorization for separate traffic accounting for users working from a terminal server.
UserGate 4.1 has a new Cache Explorer module included as well as many major interface enhancements.
UserGate is a multifunction, stable and secure software solution that lets network administrators set up and easily manage their network users’ Internet access. UserGate provides an extremely high level of security for Internet access and protects your network from various related threats.
Entensys develops innovative technologies and software products with the mission to respond to the most vital needs of modern corporate IT infrastructures. Entensys is involved both in the development of new technologies and acquiring, then further developing, existing technologies. Our products solve complex problems associated with particular new issues, while increasing information security and improving the reliability of corporate IT infrastructures.
Entensys was created by experts in software development and marketing with decades of experience in the industry. The founders of Entensys have broad connections in the developer community and play important roles in software associations such as ISDEF.
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